Our charter implies the following steps in environmental matters:
Being part of a voluntary environmental approach
Contributing to the environmental concerns and policies of our clients
Developing our knowledge of our suppliers' environmental policies
Comply with the regulations relating to information on the quantity of CO2 emitted during a transport service
We are committed to provide our clients with the quantity of C02 emitted by January 31 of each year at the latest, for the services performed the previous year.
Our reference system for the calculation of CO2 emission rates is the calculator made available by ADME.
Since 2018, EGETRA benefits from the CRIT AIR standard and is equipped with EURO 6 trucks.
The mission of the Purchasing function is to contribute fully to the ambition, strategy and performance of the Egetra Group.
Subcontracting purchases are made directly by the operations department and follow the same principles as those of this Charter.
The Code of Professional Conduct constitutes an important framework of the Purchasing Charter.
The latter is fully in line with the group's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy, which combines social and environmental responsibility with a constant concern for operational performance, leading the group to seek with its suppliers an optimum of economic success, quality of service, security of supply and international openness.
The Egetra Group has thus defined the principles governing its purchasing policy with the ambition that it be implemented both by its purchasing function and by its suppliers and subcontractors, thus establishing a customer/supplier relationship that is both profitable and responsible.
Committed and reliable partners
CMA CGM reaffirms its commitment to the environment following the historic decision of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to reduce CO2 emissions by 50% by 2050
KLM aims for a 15% reduction of its total carbon footprint by 2030 compared to 2005
Authorized Economic Operator
Simplifying formalities and easing customs controls
Aviation Logistics Network
IATA n°20-4 7006 (July 1971)
National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products
Voluntary anti-terrorism program
ISO 9001 Certification
Quality management, environmental management, occupational health and safety
Comprehensive corporate social responsibility assessment service
Global Initiative for Responsible Business Management
International Air Freight Association
Ensures the fluidity of air transport operations and compliance with international regulations.